Gender Dimensions of Pandemics

Papers examining the impact ofCOVID-19 on people, especially as a result of their genders, disabilities, ethnicities, socio-economic class, race and even age are welcome. When it comes to differentiated impacts, women bear a disproportionate load of the adverse impacts of the pandemic. In the case of COVID-19, although the virus infects people regardless of gender, its impacts are nonetheless gendered.